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Foster next for Zenyatta?

Zenyatta captures the 2010 Santa Margarita for a perfect 15 for 15
It may be June at Churchill Downs or June or July at Hollywood Park before the undefeated champion Zenyatta makes her next start.

Sunday, the focus for the people behind Zenyatta was not finalizing plans for her next start, but getting the wildly popular 6-year-old mare from Hot Springs, Ark., where she won her 16th race in Friday's Grade 1 Apple Blossom Handicap, back to her year-round base at Hollywood Park.

Sunday, Shirreffs committed to giving Zenyatta a few days off, but not much else. "There are some options out there," he said, talking about potential races.
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